10 Creative Heads to watch this women’s day

10 Creative Heads to watch this women’s day


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8 March 2017

10 Creative Heads to watch this women’s day

Today on International Women’s Day, we have curated artworks and photographs from 10 Creative Heads who inspire us and wish they inspire you too!

Happy International Women’s Day, be the inspiration!


1. Smriti Choudhary

©Smriti Choudhary

2. Rachel




3. Khyati Trehan

©Khyati Trehan



4. Ishani Das

©Ishani Das



5. Mehandee Meera Dureja

©Mehandee Meera Dureja



6. Naina Gahlaut

©Naina Gahlaut



7. Asfa Sabrin

©Asfa Sabrin



8. Chandni Dua

©Chandni Dua



9. Sehej Dassan

©Sehej Dassan



10. Upasana Malik

©Upasana Malik


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We want to send a big thanks to all those who participated in the contest and helped make Inktober, initially created by Jake Parker in 2009, a success with Inspiro India this october (2016).

Inspiro India: Tell us something about yourself and how did you start creating?

– My background and training are in film and cinematography. I loved movies and at 16 I decided I wanted to be behind the camera. The love for shooting developed in college – where I

Featuring series of inspiring images by creative heads from all over the world everyday as ‘iidailyinspiration’.
To contribute, send your work at info@inspiroindia along with subject: ‘iidailyinspiration’, your name and location. Eg. Subject:- iidailyinspiration+name+location

The month of August is very nostalgic of the Indian freedom struggle for all Indians. Looking back into history, we see a remarkable visual representation being created to evoke the nationalist feelings in Indians during the freedom struggle. It was in the form of a painting titled “BHARAT MATA”. Abanindranath Tagore, the nephew of Rabrindranath Tagore depicted the theme of the motherland in this painting.

Anushka Tendolkar is a 20 year old communication design student with a keen interest in graphic design and is very passionate about photography.


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